Lezyne Zecto Drive 80 Lumens Front Light
Lezyne Zecto Drive 80 Front Light
The Zecto Drive is a low profile, high visibility light with three ultra-bright LEDs, delivering up to 80 lumens with seven output options. Featuring a lightweight and durable composite matrix body with a machined aluminium faceplate and intelligent Power Indicator to display battery life and provide side visibility. The Zecto drive can be conveniently recharged via Micro-USB. Features: Max Lumens: 80 Recharge Time: 2.5hrs Material: Aluminium, composite matrix, CNC machined Weight: 47g Technologies Composite Matrix: Composite Matrix is a high-strength, fibre reinforced material used to make mould injected components. MOR: Maximum Optical Reflection) lenses are highly efficient, one-piece optics that produce an improved Uniform Power Beam that is wider, smoother and brighter, resulting in more optimal light ahead of the user. Memory Mode: The light remains in the output setting it is switched OFF in. Clip On System: Clip-On System is a patent-pending, dual purpose, universal clip and strap attachment system, integrated into the back cap of the LED light. Daytime Flash: Daytime Flash is a super bright, max lumen, high-visibility blinking mode developed to increase user safety during daytime commuting. Intelligent Power Indicator: Red, green, and blue LEDs inside the button show the battery power levels during use and recharging. USB Rechargeable: Included Micro USB cables or integrated USB sticks can be plugged into a computer or wall outlet adaptor for convenient and fast recharging of LED lights. Side Visibility: A unique body and lens design that allows for 180 degrees of visibility, increasing user safety when operating at night. Weather Resistant: Lezyne lights are precision engineered and manufactured with quality to deliver extreme weather and water resistance.
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Lezyne - German Engineered Design
A relative newcomer to the cycling world, Lezyne began life in 2007 founded by ex pro tri-athlete Micki Kozuschek. Previous companies that Kozuschek founded in Germany included Maxcycles and Truvativ, the latter of which was sold to SRAM in 2004. Three years later he began Lezyne, with the ethos of producing affordable yet high quality cycling accessories, or "Engineered Design" as he phrased it. Located in San Luis Obispo, California, all of their products are assembled in their Taiwanese factory. In particular they are known for bike pumps, and LED lights, which in my experience are a good balance between being affordable yet highly functional. Professional riders and teams sponsored by Lezyne include Lotto Belisol, Specialized-Lululemon, and mountain bikers Cedric Gracia, Danny MacAskill and Remy Absalon.